The Believer published an interview between Sandra Cisneros and her Puro Amor (Sarabande Books) translator Liliana Valenzuela from the 2018 Texas Book Festival on October 1.
Michael DeForge, author of Stunt (Koyama Press), was interviewed for Hazlitt on October 7.
The Millions called Paige Lewis’s Space Struck “one of the best debuts of the year” on October 1 (Sarabande Books). Lewis was also interviewed by The Poetry Foundation on October 7.
The Millions named Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne’s Holding On To Nothing (Blair) one of the most anticipated books of the month on October 2.
The East Bay Times interviewed Matthew Zapruder about his new collection Father’s Day (Copper Canyon Books) on October 3.
The Chicago Review of Books recommends Mark Haber’s Reinhardt’s Garden (Coffee House Press), Staceyann Chin’s Crossfire (Haymarket Books), and Kevin Coval’s Everything Must Go (illus. Langston Allston, Haymarket Books)as some of the best books of the month on October 1.
Brian Evenson was interviewed in the Los Angeles Review of Books about his new short story collection, Song for the Unraveling of the World (Coffee House Press), on October 8.
PEN America interviewed Geffrey Davis, author of Night Angler (BOA Editions Ltd.), on October 3.
Christopher Soto, editor of Nepantla: An Anthology Dedicated to Queer Poets of Color (Nightboat Books) wrote an editorial for The Nation about undocumented writers and the struggle for migrant justice, citing the work and activism of poets Marcelo Hernandez Castillo (Cenzontle, BOA Editions) and Jan-Henry Gray (Documents, BOA Editions) on October 1.
Oracle 20-20 Magazine ran an excerpt from Ways to Go Beyond and Why They Work: Seven Spiritual Practices for a Scientific Age (Monkfish Book Publishing) by Rupert Sheldrake in its October Issue.
11:11 Magazine featured an article by Sarah Bowen, author of Spiritual Rebel: A Positively Addictive Guide to Finding Deeper Perspective and Higher Purpose (Monkfish Book Publishing) in its October issue.